The amount of meat brought out to you is obscene. My fridge conked out on July 4th and I was without my raw staples. Since I have always wanted to try this place before I vowed vegetarianism, I decided to try it now since my produce all rotted. But for the life of me, with all the information on how meat contributes to many debilitating diseases, why would such a place be able to survive? Granted they have a salad bar, but it has a lot of gluten-full pastas, a regular green bounty, with add-ons, and a hot buffet with yet more meaty dishes, stews, and even some bean dishes, rice and questionably real mashed potatoes. I have yet to ask if anything is organic, but most likely it is not since there are no signs to proudly announce this possibility. I'm sure we can forget any organic, grass-fed, free range animals either. This brings to mind hat this is the first time ever that I even thought about the live animals while eating them. Now that should stop this nonsense for me, but no, I am carrying on in the name of research. It is a step by step process for some of us to change our tastes, lifestyles, and what we decide to ingest. Mine has been a long process of 5 years so far. But this place may be the "straw that....".
Aside from all the meat they bring out on a spit - beef sirloin, pork loin, lamb kielbasa, Brazilian sausage, chicken breast wrapped in bacon, and others such as chicken hearts and beef ribs, you also get a grilled slab of pineapple, quite the finale. But there are deserts also. After such a bounty, who could have any desert?, maybe the only plus in one's health quests....i.e. no sugar, unless it's hidden everywhere in their food.
If I were a regular and true-hearted meat eater, I may like this place. But as the meat comes out on a spit of leftover items, the meat is a bit dry. Still I am glad I tried it, to know I don't ever have to come back, and to hopefully get back on track away from the slaughter.